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A family affair: Flower girls Isla van Cutsem, Zia Snow, and Orla Snow prepare to enter Chester Cathedral

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Olivia Henson looked every inch a Grosvenor bride in her Emma Victoria Payne wedding dress as she walked into Chester Cathedral for her wedding day this afternoon. In another touching gesture to her new family, the soon to be wife of Hugh Grosvenor, 7th Duke of Westminster’s family, Olivia donned the Fabergé Myrtle Leaf Tiara, a favourite of the centuries-old dynasty.

And accompanying her down the aisle? Her new nieces. Isla van Cutsem, nine, daughter of Lady Tamara Grosvenor and Edward van Cutsem joined Zia Snow, 14, and her younger sister Orla, nine, as flower girls during Olivia’s big day.

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Blushing bride Olivia Henson wore an Emma Victoria Payne wedding dress and Grosvenor family Fabergé Myrtle Leaf Tiara

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The three flower girls looked to be enjoying the pomp and circumstance of the ‘society wedding of the year’ as they carried bouquets and wore floral headpieces outside Chester Cathedral this afternoon. In one lovely detail, the flower girls wore blue navy pumps to match the colour of the bride’s own heels.

Isla’s parents will have watched on with pride as she walked down the aisle. No doubt Lady Tamara Grosvenor and Edward van Cutsem were feeling nostalgic, perhaps remembering their own wedding day in Chester Cathedral, ten years ago.

Prince William was an usher at that Grosvenor wedding, too. The Prince of Wales is reprising his role today for his good friend ‘Hughie’, the Duke of Westminster.

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